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By EVERETT P. CLARKE
Just boforo the war thnt lcil to tho
evncuntlon of northern Itnly by tho
Austrlana Edwnrd Wharton, n young
American newspaper correspondent,
went abroad to seek his fortuno by
practicing the profession ho hnd adopt
ed. Thcro was not enough at least on
tho surface In European affairs to wnr
rant an expenditure by American news
papers In keeping a special correspond
ent abroad, but Wharton found n posi
tion as such on nil English newspaper
the patrons of which were more direct
ly Interested In tho continental political
complexion of the times.
The young Journalist was sent to Vi
enna, whore, possessing those qualifi
cations calculated to iimko one a social
success, ho became a favorite In the
court circle, lie won the good will of
the wife of the nnny otllcer charged
with preparations for the mobilization
of troops so far as to Iw admitted on fa
miliar terms to her home. One day he
was left alone In her husband's cabinet
and on the desk found spread out a
schedule showing the movements of
trains Intended to carry a large army
Hastily noting tho Important fen tines
In his memorandum book, he was about
to leave the room when the major domo
Ho found Wharton studying a picture
on the wall.
"I beg your pardon, sir," said the
servant "No one Is nllowcd In this
"Not nllowcd here?" said Wharton,
looking about him with well nffected
surprise. "I supposed this was the
"It Is the general's private cabinet."
Wharton left the room and the house.
Ho dnred not let the grnss grow under
his feet Should tho man who had
seen him In the cabinet speak of tho
mntter to tho general some menus
would doubtless bo taken to prevent
what was exposed on tho desk from
being revealed. Wharton did not even
go jo his hotel, making straight for
tho railway station. He hoped to
catch a train for Munich or Nurem
berg which would enable him to go
west, but unfortiinatoly there was no
train leaving in that direction for sev
eral hours. Hut a train was pulling
out for Trieste, lying southward, and
Wharton, not having time to socuro n
ticket, got nboard without one. In
deed, he did not know where tho train
would tnko him until Informed by the
Tho fugitive's object was to get out
of Austria, thinking thnt onco across
tho border ho would bo safe. Hut he
had great doubts about escaping thnt
Is, If an effort wore made to detain
him. Trieste Is on tho northern ex
tremity of tho Adriatic sea and nbout
sixty miles from Venice, in Itnly, by
cither land or water. On reaching tho
former city Wharton Jumped off tho
train Just before It hnd rolled Into the
station, realizing that telegrams might
bo sent In every direction ordering that
ho bo stopped.
Going to n hotel, which ho entered
by n rear door, ho sent to the olllco to
lenni how soon nnd by what route ho
could go to Venice. Ho was informed
thnt a bont would lenvo In an hour.
IIo went down side streets to tho land
ing, looked ahead of lilm nnd saw
standing nt tho gangway ono of tho
monservants of tho houso at which he
had purloined his Information. IIo
know nt onco that tho man was there
to Identify liltu, though ho must have
been tliero for some time or hnd been
sent on n special train nhead of the
ono on which Whnrton hnd traveled.
Glnnclng forownrd and astern of tho
boat lying beside tho dock, tho fugitive
looked for an opportunity to got aboard
elsowhoro than nt the gangway. There
was but the ono entrance, nnd if ho
undertook to go aboard except through
It ho would surely bo observed. To go
uy that route was hopeless.
Wharton retreated and determined to
go by land. Of course If ho attempted
to telegraph his news In Austria ho
would ho arrested, and he did not try
such a course, doing to a denier In
hnlr goods, ho bought a wig and beard
to represent an old man, then hired a
room in an obscuro apartment house,
where he put them on Learning that
n train left Venlco at 10 o'clock at night.
he went to the first station at which It
stopped and there boarded It, thus es
caping any one attempting to prevent
his lenvlng the city.
At tho next stop the door of the com
pnrtment In which Whnrton traveled
was thrown open, and a innu stepped
upon tho footboard and examined crit
ically every one In tho compartment
Whurton recognized lilm as n waiter
who had often served him nt his hotel
in Vienna. Hut the wig and beard
saved him, nnd after satisfying himself
that the man required was not there
tho waiter withdrew, and tho train
This cnnbled Whnrton to enter Italy.
Tho Italians hated tho Austrtans, and
ho kuow thnt whero ho had ono enemy
to fenr ho had a hundred friends to
help lilm. IIo left tho station, entered
n gondola nnd wns rowed to a hotel.
Wullo on tho cnnal he gnvo 10 francs,
besides his fare, to the gondolier and
to tho lnttor'e astonishment pulled off
Ids beard nnd wig nnd dropped them
In tho wntor.
Within half nn hour Whnrton sent
a cipher telegram to his paper rovonl
ing newB of tho political situation thnt
astonished nil Europe.
As to his right to ninko uso of this
Information, thnt is n matter of opinion.
Tho tone of n plnno or of nn Indi
vidual string cf tho snrao will bo high
er in n cold room than In a warm ono.
The reason Is not far to seek. A
stretched string gives out a certain
pitch only when It Is of a certain
length and a certain tension. Tills is
shown hi the Inborntory by hanging
weights on a string and plucking It
The more weight hung on tho string
the higher the noto given out Now,
the strings of n plnno nro metal wires,
all of whli.li contract when cooled. As
they are fastened at both ends, how
ever, they remain the same length, but
Just tighten up thnt Is, tho tension In
creases Just as If nn extra weight
were hung on tho end Of course, the
effect Is not great save In a very cold
room, but even a small variation In
tone may be detected by n good must
clnn This Is probnbly ono renson
why certain prlinn donnas alwaya In
sist on singing In n room of a certain
temperature, which, of course, Is the
tetnporntuio at which the plnno wns
put In ndJuMuient with their voices
or ought to be. New York World.
Cyrus a Canal Builder.
In speaking of the river regulations
of the ancients Sir Wllllnm Wlllcocks.
the noted English engineer, said:
"Cyrus the Great controlled the
Gyndes, a tributary of tho Tigris. In n
truly original manner. Hubylonla was
already peopled and lands were needed
for his Persian troops. The Gyndes
discharges -10.000 sectional feet and
runs thirty feet deep In a untidy nnd
mobile bed. He could build no regula
tor, so he dug thirty cannls, divided the
waters of the river among them, closed
the river by an earthen dam and com
plctcly controlled It. As ho could never
have Induced his wild soldiers to dig
these canals for any useful purpose, he
took advantage of the fact that his fa
vorlte horse hnd been drowned In the
flood and urged bis soldiers to dig the
ennuis and dissipate the waters of the
river In such a fashion that it could
never again drown a horse. Engineer
This may be a new ono to some of
our renders: Enter Into the only drink
dispensary In the dusty town nn en
gineer on an examination trip. A
small crowd .surrounds a happy looking
prospector who is setting them up
One man Informs our engineer, "Jim
Just struck the tliln edgo of nn ore
body on his Ited mountain prospect to
day, and he's feeling mighty good."
Then follows an Introduction to Jim
who declares with emphasis, "Yes, sir.
I am within Just three feet of a mil
lion dollars." A yenr Inter, happening
into camp ugnln, our engineer encoun
ters Jim, sitting dejectedly on a bench
in front of the same dlspensnry. After
a drink In reply to nn Inquiry nbout
the great ore body Jim stated with sad
emphasis, 'Tnrtnor, I'm n million feet
from $31" - Engineering and Mining
Heat Between the Planets.
If there Is any exchange of heat be
tween the planets, no human device
can measure It. for the bolometer cnu
not he Increased In Its delicacy bulb"
dent to detect the minute amount
That ls the platinum wire tho nerve,
more sensitive than human nerves, can
not be mnde any thinner and hold to
gether In use. No influence of tho plan
ets upon each other has ever been de
tected by the most accomplished ob
servers with tho most sensltlvo Instru
nients that can be mnde. besides two.
gravitation and light It must ho thnt
hent from the sun to the planets is nb
sorlied by them, since none comes to
the earth by reflection Intense enough
to be measured by nn electric nerve
thinner tliuii a spider's thread. New
In the winter nnture censes from her
labors and prepares for the great
change The wind sweeps through the
great forest with a sound llko the blast
of a trumpet, Tho dry lenves whirl In
eddies through the air. A fretwork of
hoary fiost covers the plain. The
stagnant water In tho pools and ditch
es Is frozen Into fantastic figures. In
the low hanging clouds the shnrp air,
like a busy shuttle, wenvcs her shroud
of snow. There is a melancholy and
continual roar In the tops of the tall
pint's like the roar of a cataract. It Is
thu funeral anthem of the dying yenr
At a bal masque a group of girls de
manded of a magician:
"Tell us. oh. tell us. how we may re
main always young ninl always beau
tiful!" "Humph! Nothing easier," grunted
the magician "Get a million nnd stay
"I'm mire my daughter Is going to
mnUc a great singer sonio day."
"Is thnt fcoV"
"Yes; she's always quarreling with
her mother, who tolls mo it is abso
lutely Impossible to manage her." De
trot Free Pi ess.
Knew His Dad.
Teacher-Several of your examples
in arithmetic nro wrong, .lohuny. Why
didn't you nsk your father to help youV
Johnny 'Cause I wasn't looking for
trouble, that's why. Exchange.
Lots of Checks.
"Can you apply a check to your
"Can I ? Sho Just keeps me nnd my
account busy supplying them." Unltl
Health and cheerfulness
beget each other. Addison.
Ends of the Earth.
If you stand at the uorth polo you
enn look in only one direction south.
No matter how you may twist nround
on your heels, It is always toward the
south that your eye. are directed.
North as a terrestrial direction hns
vanished. You have arrived ttl the end
of north. You are "whore It llres."
Or else we may say thnt north hns sud
denly sprung Into the sky and Is now
at nn unattainable distance directly
over your head. A moment before your
foot touched the pole north wns
straight uhend of you, nnd you hnd nil
the four cardinal points to choose from
oust. west, north and south. Now
three of them have vanished and south
alone remains Tho reverse Is true at
the south pole, where all directions on
tin' earth's surface are alike north. In
lew of these facts we mny speak of
the north nnd south poles as the "ends
of the earth" They are the two turn
ing points, arrived nt cither ono of
whli h there Is no choice left but to
start tnwaid the other. New York
English Laws on Finding.
Judge Atlieiley Jones stopped a case
against a man and his son charged
with "stealing by llndlng" n rug which
the younger defendant picked up after
It hnd blown off n motorcar. The
Judge, in directing the Jury to return
n verdict of not guilty, said that the
law with regard to finding property,
although there wus a popular supersti
tion thnt finding wns keeping, was very
clear. If a person found nn article It
wns his duty to preserve It, and, If he
hnd any reason to suppose that It be
longed to a certain person, it became
his duty to go to Hint person to tnnke
Inquiries In order to ascertain. Hut
othcrwlso there was no actual duty
upon him to tako It to a police station.
It was probnbly a prudent course, but
tho pollco had no greater right to tho
article than tho person who found It
"Is your daughter fond of music?"
"Terribly fond of It." tvplled Mr.
Cumrox. "No mntter how It sounds
sho snems to like If Washington
Drudgery Is the
cess.- Dr. (Snunt.
urn? rtDgel ot sue-
It is the purity of our ice cream
that makes it not only delicious
but nourishing. We invite you to
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see tho sanitnry conditions under
which it is mnde. Everything
which enters into its composition
is absolutely pure nnd every
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like it to be. Try our ico cream
onco and you will order it again.
Wo supply ice cream for parties,
bnnquets and clubs. Let us give
you nn estimate.
Stone Drug Co.
Dty. fyidfield Fedfield
Physicians and Surgeons.
WILLIS J. REDFIELD. Surgeon.
JOE II. REDFIELD. Physician.
Physicians & Surgeons
. Hospital . .
Office phone 241. Res. phone 217
L. C . DROST,
North Platte, - - Nebraska.
McDonald Bank Building.
Geo. B. Dent,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special Attention given to Suigery
OIHce: Building nnd Loan Building.
Phonal l 0ince 130
1 hones J RcsldcnCQ n5
Drs, Quigley & Simms
lUiiltling and Loan Building.
Otllco Phono 110 Res. Hlkt552
Bertha E. Mangon, M D.
Physician and Surgeon
Dliein.a ofWom.n and Children Specialty
NORTH PLATTE, NEH.
New McCabe Plug.
C. W- CRONEN
North Platte Nebraska.
R11, Phone Red 400.
UJ9k$L 3-f b jt"'
ON'T waste your tlmo nnd money on worn-out land that
Is high-priced simply becauso It was once worth its
present pricel Tho richest virgin soil Is waiting for you
In Manlt6ba and tho Alberta-Saskatchewan district.
You can buy it for practically tho same prico per acre
that tho mere manuring per aero of soil in many parts
of tb U. 8. costal Fertllo Canadian Wot offers you not only soil
cf wondrous productivity, but It also offer a you a splendid climate,
churches ot all creeds, splendid public schools, exceptionally food
marietta, flnfthntplft nn.1 francnnrtaflftt. foMlltla Ihn nrni.nn..lt..
Wo havo n truly splendid proposition to malto to Bny earnest farmer or to
men who wish to (arm and whoars sincere In their desire to ulllt In this country.
Wo actually nro In a position to enable you to own 10 ncrcs for every ncro that
you now own or farm nnd every noro hero will produce double what a worn-O'i
aero produces anywhere On top of that, wo give you
20 Years to Pav for It You rain the land for from JU lo JTO per nero. Ir
t.y icuis iu l uy lor u irrigation districts tho price Is from ! to 155
You pay merely ono twentieth down. The balance Is split up Into 19 equal puj
ments. The farm will moro than meet the payments nnd your family's llvlnc tx
pontes. Canadian l'acillo farms pay for themselves over and over ncaln befcte
the tlmo the last payment falls due. We can refer you to 'ortt of farmers win
paid for their farms with the proceeds of lust one cron!
You Are Loaned $2000.00 to
(nrmlnir nnd to cattle, hos and sheep rnlslntr. You decide for ouriel( wl'at kind
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best adapted to your purposes
Your Farm Made Ready by Experts fteJK Ti, f.Vu?
an expert on the case and select Ihi farm that will ixaclly suit you-M ono that
you can farm to most advanta.ro tayeurulll Let us tell you about the 400.000.000
uunnci crup m .uuauA una year I
CANADIAN PACIFIC ItAILWAY Land Urniich
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DRINKS THAT PLEASE
That Little Touch of Extra Quality
GRAPE FIZZ AND ORANGE BOUNCE
In Bottles 5 Cent
Manufactured by the Star BottlinggWorks.
Notice of Special lllcclion in Lincoln
Notice is hereby glvon that a spe
cial election will bo hold in and for
tho County of Lincoln, in the State of
Nebraska, on tho ISth day of August,
1911, at which tho following proposi
tion will bo submitted to the voters
of Lincoln County, Nebraska, to-wit:
Shall the Board of County Commis
sioners in Lincoln County, in the state
of N'obraska, lovy n special annual tax
of five mills per annum on the dollar
valuation on all tho taxable property
In said County of Lincoln for a term
of four consecutive years, beginning
in the year 1914, for tho purpose of
raising tho sum of one hundred
thousand ($100,000.00) Dollars
to bo used In the orectlon of a new
court houso in tho City of North
Platte, in the County of Lincoln, in the
State of Nebraska.
The ballots to bo used at such spe
cial election shall have printed there
on: FOR: A levy by the Board of Coun
ty Commissioners of Lincoln County,
State of Nebraska, of a special an
nual tax of live mills on tho dollar
valuation on all of tho taxable prop
erty In said County of Lincoln, for
four consccutlvq years, beginning with
tho year 1914, for the purpose of rais
ing the sum of Ono hundred thousand
($100,000.00) Dollars to bo used In
tho erection and construction of a now
court houso in tho City of North
Platto In said County of Lincoln, in
tho State of Nebraska.
AGAINST: A lovy by the Board of
County Commissioners of Lincoln
County, State of Nebraska, of a spe
cial annual tax of five mills on tho dol
lar valuation on all of tho taxable
proporty In said County of Lincoln,
for four consecutive yenrs, beginning
with tho year 1914, for tho purposo of
raising tho sum of Ono hundred
thousand ($100,000) Dollars to be used
in tho oroction and construction of a
new court houso In tho City of North
Plntto, in and for said county of Lin
coln, in tho State of Nebraska.
Thoso voting in favor of said prop
osition shall mark their ballot with
an "X" after tho paragraph beginning
with tho word "For", and thoso vot
ing against said proposition shall
mark tholr ballot with nn "X" after
tho paragraph beginning with tho
Said eloctlon will bo open from S
o'clock A. M. nnd continue to bo open
until C o'clock P. M. on said date, and
tho poling places In the vrious pre
cincts of said County will bo at tho
regular polling places whereat the
primary election in nnd for said
County of Lincoln will ho hold on said
By order of tho Board of County
Commissioners of Lincoln County, Ne
braska, made on this Cth day of July,
C. W. YOST.
Stnto of Nebraska, Lincoln County.
Notico of Hearing on Petition lor
Letters of Administration with Will
To nil persons Interested in the es
tate of t A,. Carpenter, late of Lou
isa county, Stato of Iowa, deceased.
You aro hereby notified thnt on tho
Hth day of July, 19H, P. R. Halligan
tiled his petition in tho County
Court of snid county for his ap
pointment ns administrator, with
will annexed, of the estnto of C. A.
Carpenter, deceased, lato of Louisa
county, stnto of Iowa, and that tho
samo will ho heard nt tho county
of 10 o'clock a. m. It is further or
Platto, in Lincoln county, on tho
4th day of August, 1914, at tho hour
glvon nil parties interested In the
dorcd that notico of said hearing bo
glen all parties interested in tho
snid estate by tho publication ot this
notico for threo successive weeks In
tho North Platto Seml-Weokly Trl
buno, a newspaper printed nnd pub-
' "" 'TT:f' ' W??7?X
Get Your v.
Pay for Farm Improvements! j
The Canadian Pacific helps you select tho lnm'
u you so acaire It, we arrange to Have
for Handsomely Illustrated llook
llshed and of goncral circulation in
Dated this 11th day of July, 1914,.
JOHN GRANT. County Judge.
Notice Is hereby given that at a
special election hold in and for the
City of North Platte, Lincoln County,
Nebraska, on the 30th day of June,
1914, for tho purposo of voting
twolvo thousand dollars ($12,000)
of the City of North Platte bridge
bonds, tho returns on file and as
canvassed by tho mayor and city
council In and for said city, show the
number of votes cast were six hun
dred forty-four, (614) and out of
said total vote thqre were cast five
hundred ninety-eight (598) votes in
favor of issuing of said bonds, and
forty-six (4G) wore cast against is
suing of said bonds.
In witness whereof we have here
unto set our hands and niiixed the
otllcial seal of said city this 11th
day of July, 1914.
B. H. EVANS, Mayor.
Attest: C. F. Temple, City Clerk.
In the Distrtct Court of Lincoln County
In the matter of the estate of Esther
Order to show cause.
Now on Uub 15th day of June, 1914,
this cause came on for hearing upon the
petition under oath of Minta Stewart,
administratrix of the estate of said
Esther Harris, deceased, praying for li
cense to sell the following described
real estate of said Esther Harris,
namely, one-half intorest in lot six (6),
block eighty (80) original town of Nqrth
Platte, subject to a mortgage of
$800.00 in favor of the Mutual Puilding
& Loan Association of North Platte,
Nebraska, or a sufficient sum thereof
to bring tho sum of $1900.00, for the
payment of debts allowed against said
estate and allowances and costs of ad
ministration, for tho reason that there
is not a sufficient amount of personal
property in tho possession of said Minta
Stewnrt, administratrix, belonging to
said estate to pay said debts, allowance
It is, therefore, ordered that all per
sons interested in said estate appear
before me at chambers in the city of
North Platte in said county on the 29th
day of Julv, 1914, at tho hour of 10
o'clock a. m. to show cause, if any
there be, why a license should not be
granted to Minta Stewart, administra
trix, to sell so much of the abovo des
cribed real estate of said decedent ns
shall be dsemed necessary to pay said
debts and expenses. It is further or
dered that n copy of this order be
served upon all persons interested in
said estate by causing tho same o be
published once each week for four suc
cessive weeks in the Semi-Weekly Tri
bune, a newspaper printed and pub
lished in said Lincoln county.
H. M. Gituins,
Judge of District Court.
I DR. 0. II. CRESSLER, o
" Graduate Dentist. 2
5 Office ovor tho McDonald g
Stnto Bank. a
0 room house, modern except heat,
202 South Dowey street. 5 room
houso, Grnceland addition,
tt J. C. IIOLLMAN, Agent.
Two registered Hereford bulls. Can
bo seen at our plnco oleven miles south
of North Plnttc.
Dr. J. S. Twinem,
Homeopathic Physician land Surgeon.
Special Attention to Obstetrics
'. (and Children's Diseases. 'J
t Phones, offic 183, residence 283..71
OHlce; in McDonald Bnnk Huildlnp;.
North Platte, Nebraska.
Feed Barn iias for sale
GRAIN) f OF ALL KINDS,
Bran, Shorts, Baled Alfalfa,
Hay, Good Seed Potatoes.
Goods promptly delivered.
Our terms nre cash.
TELEPHONE No. 29
Plenty of Money to Loan
on Farms and Ranches.
Rates and Terms Rasona
ble. Buchanan & Patterson.
ocs and iAtue
Bought and highest market
Residence Red 636 Office 459
C. H. WALTERS.
Cattle and Hogs
; Sell your Cattle nnd Hogs to 253
Julius Mogensen, No. Platte.
Hgihest cash prices paid. Office
open day and night in North Sir1
Barn. First class horse and ao
livery in connection.
Phone No. 29.
Statement of the Condition
MUTUAL BUILDER &
of North Platte. Nebraska,; on the -30th
dav of June 1914.
rirst mortgage loans 5S8 200 00
Stock loans 4 coo 00
Real estate office 27 731 04
Furniture and fixtures C82 75
fash. . 10 Jiu 15
Delinquent Interest, premiums and
Expenses and taxes paid 1 373 CG
Other assets 152 32
Total JG33 863 f2
Capital stock paid up $593 B81 41
Iteserve fund 11 85U 00
Undivided protlts 8 4JG 71
Advance Interest 7 80
Total JG33 863 02
RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES FOR
THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1814,
Ilalance on hand July 1, 1013 $12 487 01
Jues 210 4&t 12
Interest, premiums and lines 39 927 go
Loans repaid 07 8B2 7D
Membership and Tranfcr Fees 402 75
Roal Estatn sold 2 269 05
Taxes and Insuranco 104 07
Total 323 CT8 19
Expenses 2 015 63
Stock redeemed 101 17i 08
Cash on hand 10 210 18
Real Estate 27 922 211
Furniture f,,s2 75
Taxes and Insuranco 215 29
state of Nebraska, Lincoln county, ss.
I, Samuel floozee. seeietary of tho aliovo
named Association, do solemnly swear that
the forejfolnir statement of tho condition of
said Association Is true and correct to tho
best of my knowledge and belief.
. . Samuki, Uon.t:t'. Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to before me thlsll tli
day of July. 11U4
Thank IIuciianan. Notaiy Public.
W. II Hi.alock. )
VicToii VonGof.tz Directors.
I I,. IlAI'K. i
By virtue of an order of s.ilo iesucd from the
district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska,
upon a decree of foreclosure rendered in Baid
court wherein L C Severns, is plaintiff, nnd
Chris Rassmussen and E P. Itassmussen nre de
fendants, and to me directed, I will on the 15th day
of Autr 1914. at 2 o'clock, p. m.. at the cast front
door of the court houBe in North Platte, Lincoln
county. Nebraska, sell nt public auction to tho.
highest bidder for cash to Batisfy said
decree. Interest and costs, tho following
described property to-wit: All of Section Nino
(!)), Township Ten 10 Ranee Twenty. Eight
(28). with the exception of One nnd One-half OH)
Acres in theWorthwest Quarter of the Southeast
Quarter, west of the Cth Principal Meridan,
Lincoln county. Neb.
Dated North Platte, Neb.. July 13th. 1914.
Jl;l-5 A. J.SALIsnimv. Sheriff.
NOTICE TOR PURIFICATION
Serial No. 04556
Department of the Interior
United Statea Land Ollice
North Platte, Nebraska. June. 4. 1914.
t)tlco Is hereby given that Willard P. Fletcher,
of Dickens, Neb. who on January 21,1910,
rnmlo homestead entry No. OUSfiG for
SH and NW14 Section 12, Township 11. N. Rango
32, W. of Cth Principal Meridian, has tiled notice of
Intention to make linal three yenr proof, to
establish claim to tho land nbuvo described
before the register nnd receiver at North Platte,
ebraska, on tho 5th day of August, 1914,
Claimant nameB ns witnesses- Philip Hell,
C A. Anderson. Wendell McCrum and J. H. Pitch
all of Dickens, Nebr
J0-t. j. e. Evans. Register.
Christ Pappas, will take notice that
on the 19th, day of June, 1914, P. H.
Sullivan, Justice of the Peace, of North
Platte Precinct No. 1, Lincoln County,
Nebrnka, issued nn order of attachment
for the sum of $22.50 in an action pend
ing before him, wherein Nick Chiros is
planintiff and Christ Poppas, is defend
ant, that property consisting of money
in the hands of the Union Pacific Rail
Road Company, a corporation, has
been attached undar said order.
Said cause was continued to August
10th, 1914, at 10 o'clock a. m
North Platte, Nebr. July 1st, 1914.
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